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Sharing advice is key to burglary prevention

by Andy Clutton

The Crime and Community study, commissioned by Neighbourhood Watch found that after antisocial behaviour, burglary is one of the most feared crimes, with 52% of Brits noting it as a top concern.

John Hayward-Cripps, CEO of Neighbourhood Watch, says: “The results from our latest survey found that burglary remains a significant concern for people across the UK. This comes as no surprise, as it is thought that a burglary takes place every 106 seconds which is why prevention remains a primary focus for Neighbourhood Watch.”

ERA is working with Neighbourhood Watch, as part of an eight-year partnership, to highlight the study. Sumier Foster-Shah, Product and Customer Support Manager at ERA, says: “With over half of the Crime and Community survey’s 28,000+ respondents voicing concerns about burglary, door manufacturers and fabricators are well placed to share home security advice and guidance with their customers.

“Offering the latest certified solutions can go a long way to providing not only maximum protection for homes and families but that all-important peace of mind too. Smart home security devices alongside traditional mechanical hardware are all tried and tested security solutions that window and door manufacturers can offer to homeowners that will help protect their property.”

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